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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Bellevue Resort Bohol: Another Reason to Visit Paradise

For Bohol.

Bohol has its way of making me fall in love with it again. I have a special connection with this island province - a connection that I don't have with any other place in the country. Bohol has all the elements of sustainable tourism - flora, fauna (Tarsier), history, and people's initiative and commitment. Unfortunately, a massive earthquake recently shook the island province, including Cebu and nearby islands, forever changing its milieu, landscape and and history. 

The tragedy that struck Bohol was something that no one had ever foreseen. The big ones seemingly come like a thief in the night. When you wake up, you realize you have already lost a lot. I know Bohol's historic structures may have crumbled like sand castles but the essence of Bohol is still there. Let that earthquake be part of its history. We can always rebuild something as long as the spirit of its people remains high and strong. I am saddened by the loss of life and historic churches there but at the end of the day, we will inevitably triumph.

This post will mostly be a photoblog about Bellevue Resort in Barangay Doljo, Panglao Island, the only five star resort on the Island. Let me give you another reason to visit my favorite Bohol. If you want luxurious accommodations with beautiful vistas of the sea, Bellevue Resort will certainly give you that and a few more extras.

The inviting pool of Bellevue. What you see in pictures is what you get. No editing.

Our spacious deluxe room with a spacious balcony overlooking the sea.

Lamian Restaurant:

The Spa where we had a wonderful massage after dinner. 

Bellevue at Dusk.

Bellevue Resort is located in Brgy Doljo, Panglao 6430
(038) 422 2222

Website: http://www.thebellevue.com/bohol/
Alona Beach. Panglao Island.

I am hopeful that Bohol will overcome all the challenges it is facing now. Nothing can break the Filipino spirit. 

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